|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||LN704|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Liquid Nails LN704 10-Ounce Latex Low VOC Adhesive
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Liquid nails project, 10 oz, off white, construction adhesive, interior grade, waterproof, will bond to almost any common building materials including plywood, hardwood, furring strips, paneling, ceramic fixtures, drywall & molding, VOC Compliant, rubber based/high solids formula, VOC Compliant, replaces TV #284-307 for members in VOC restricted areas.
From the Manufacturer
Liquid Nails LN704-10oz Interior Projects Construction Adhesive is a proven, high-quality, waterproof adhesive that creates a strong durable bond. LN704 Projects is recommended for interior installations and all common building materials including; paneling, molding, drywall, plywood, foamboard, Styrofoam type insulation, fiberboard, corkboard, ceramic tile repair, and masonry and concrete repairs. LN704 is not recommended for flooring, mirrors, ceiling tiles, marble, granite or synthetic marble and granite, or 1/8" mdf paneling. LN704 Projects is safe for indoor use, is very low odor and is very easy to clean up with soap and water. LN704 Projects will not stain, has no harmful fumes and has a 30 minute working / open time. LN704 Projects is a Greenguard product and is VOC compliant in all states.
Top customer reviews
My only beef with Liquid Nails is that if you use half a tube and seal the nozzle properly with tape and and come back say a week later, it hardens completely so it's useless. Best to average your usage and gauge accordingly if you want to get the best value. Molding and skirting has been up about three weeks now and no signs of sag or pulling away.
the new stuff (ln704) white in color
whip cream like consistency, runs, drips, falls of in blobs when trying to fill a gap
kind of like runny latex caulk
wipes off easy with a rag
not sticky at all, will not help hold things together at all, no contact adhesion abilities at all
after a day drying it gets a skin and is still soft and fluid inside.
I'm just guessing but you could probably work this with a putty knife for a while as it does't seem to thicken or dry fast at all
I don't see how you could even call it an adhesive
The old stuff (ln701) tan in color, (assuming its the same which it seems to be, I have used it many times over the years)
consistency like sticky elastic peanut butter
you can spread it thin right out of the tube (not as thin as the new stuff) but it get thick and elastic very fast (short working time)
doesn't wipe off. once its on something it wants to stay. good for adhesion, bad for cleanup
Not exactly super stick at first but sticky. Imagine slightly elastic peanut butter that quickly get more elastic and thick fast. Its not a good contact adhesive within seconds but is within minutes.
get it on how you want it fast as you have very little time to work it before it starts getting too thick to work
In short the old stuff is thick and sticks to everything, is strong in any thickness, starts holding fast and holds strong when dry. The new stuff is thin and runny, doesn't want to dry, has problems sticking even to porous surfaces when dry and is not strong. I can not see any practical use for the new stuff but the old stuff is a great general purpose adhesive.
What really bothers me is they are being sold under the same name with deceptively similar packaging (its identical except for a little of the fine print). It seems they just copied the description of the old product even though many of the claims are not true about the new product.
What a joke and it's on me. I used this product to try and bond tile to wood which it says it is for, surfaces were clean and dry. It lasted about 1 week and tiles started falling off. It bonded to the tile but not to the wood. Now I have to remove all the tile in kitchen and bathrooms and clean them up. Will use another brand when I replace them. Glad I didn't use this for any other projects. Would have rated it less than one star but was not an option. Do not use this product to bond anything to wood. It may hold for you but I will never take that chance again.